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Need help with displaying dynamic images

Thread began 4/07/2009 3:41 pm by pistartech366237 | Last modified 4/10/2009 6:03 pm by pistartech366237 | 3644 views | 9 replies


Need help with displaying dynamic images

I'm novice to PHP, MySQL, and DataAssist. I've created product pages with DataAssist 2. Everything is fine. I'm able to Insert the info into my MySQL database.

However, I do have a problem with displaying the ImageThumb or ItemImage (Large image) on either my result page or on the detail page. I've studied every tutorial on your website, as well as I've purchased the WA Database Training, however, it still doesn't have the exact explanation to how can I do that.

I'm binding my Image placeholder to the correct field in the DB, I'm putting folder name in front of the php code in the Src field.... nothing seems to work.

Please help!!!!

Thank you in advance.

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